Saudi FM Prince Faisal bin Farhan al Saud meets Pakistani counterpart Shah Mehmood Qureshi in Islamabad for talks on a range of issues including Covid-19 travel restrictions, conflicts in Kashmir, Palestine, Yemen and Afghanistan.
On July 1, the EU unveiled its digital Covid certification system to make travels easier and safe within the bloc, plus four countries.
Champions League final match has been moved from Istanbul in order to allow English fans to attend but Portugal is still only allowing essential travel into the country from the UK.
Citizens of both countries will only need to carry special ID cards for up to 90 days of travel.
British expatriates residing in Spain are unable to board flights to Barcelona and Madrid after airlines claimed their papers were no longer valid post-Brexit.
Many countries around the world, especially in Asia and the Pacific, are determined not to let their hard-won efforts against the virus evaporate.
With most countries worldwide making Covid-19 tests mandatory for passengers travelling by air, some are worsening the already- strained situation by obtaining fake health certificates on the black market.
Ministers from the 27 countries agreed to non-binding new guidelines at a meeting in Luxembourg, putting in place a common mapping system to define risk areas in the EU.
First flights from Istanbul will leave for major provinces of Ankara, Izmir, Antalya and Trabzon, says Turkish transport minister.
Debt-plagued travel firm Thomas Cook declared bankruptcy on Monday after failing to secure fresh funds, leaving more than 150,000 holidaymakers stranded.
Tunisia will pay a heavy price for the closure of UK travel giant as its tourism industry continues to recover from the twin terror attacks in 2015.
The strike will disrupt scores of summer travellers as the most Spaniards take their summer breaks in August.
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